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Stream of Dreams

Stream of Dreams

Stream of Dreams Supporters

  • ADK Lambda- Belleville Chapter
  • Albert College
  • ALCDSB Construction Technology '09 Fall Class
  • Belleville Home Building Centre
  • Bubz Wheelz
  • Build All Contractors
  • Carol Anne Maracle
  • Centennial Secondary School
  • Centre Hastings Renovation & Restoration Class of 2009
  • CORCAN
  • D&P Electric
  • Darren Green Sandblasting
  • Evans Lumber
  • Friends of East Lake
  • K. C. Builders
  • Kente Public School Parent Volunteers
  • Kiwanis Club of Tweed
  • Madoc Kiwanis Club
  • Magnum Hydraulics
  • McMurter Construction
  • Moira Secondary School
  • Queen Victoria School Parent Council
  • Rona Cashway - Belleville
  • Rotary Club of Belleville
  • Sherwin Williams Paint
  • St. Cartagh Catholic School Parent Volunteers
  • St. Joseph School Parent Community
  • St. Theresa Catholic Secondary School
  • Tom Simpson
  • Tyendinaga Windows & Doors
  • Union Gas
  • West Lake Terrace

 

Quinte Conservation is trained and licensed to deliver this copyrighted watershed education 'science to art' program. Stream of Dreams was started in 2000 in British Columbia by Louise Towell and Joan Carne. They educated children about their local creek, Byrne Creek, that had been seriously degraded. Since that first Stream of Dreams mural was installed there have been over 81,500 participants in three provinces and one USA state.

Quinte Conservation began offering the program in October 2008 with their first mural at Queen Victoria School in Belleville. The program consists of an interactive one hour workshop on the life and function of watersheds followed by an art workshop in which students envision their dream for our watersheds and paint it on a ‘dream fish'. Dream fish are later installed with hundreds others in a "Stream of Dreams" mural on a highly visible chain link fence in their community.

For Teachers

To inquire about a Stream of Dreams project at your school please contact the Quinte Conservation Education Coordinator at (613) 968-3434 ext. 131 or email mnavrot@quinteconservation.ca.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Stream of Dreams Program can always use volunteers to cut wooden fish, help install murals, fundraise, and acquire donations of materials.  If you are interested in helping out with this unique program, please complete a volunteer application form or email quinteca@quinteconservation.ca

Completed Murals

Stream of Dreams

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